This issue begins the new school year with articles that encourage students to utilize the Massey Library, and to participate in livestock judging. Agricultural articles pertain to fruit growing in Nova Scotia, eradicating weeds after the harvest, and the solution to improving agriculture in Northern Ontario. Dairy articles focus on grading Ontario butter, and packaging butter in a factory. Student articles pertain to showing beef cattle, a short story, and the literature of Hugh Walpole. While faculty articles report on winter wheat experiments, and the 1926 experimental results of autumn sown crops. Campus news welcomes the new freshmen and introduces the rugby team members. The Alumni column provides an update of alumni activities. This issue does not contain a Macdonald column.
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Description_tableofcontentsMassey Library - how to use it; Cream grading in Ontario; Students should study the show-ring; Fruit growing in Nova Scotia; After-harvest work against weeds; More and better stock is the solution of the agricultural situation in the Clay Belt of Northern Ontario; Putting butter in prints; Fitting and showing of beef cattle; Winter Wheat experiments; Autumn sown crops - results of experiments, 1926; Letter of a wealthy Scotch landlord to his city tenant; "An Old Scottish Kirk"; Hugh Walpole; Editorial; Athletics; Alumni; Locals; advertising;
EditorL. C. Young; H. G. Tillman; D. F. Putman; H. G. Master; N. I. Clark; E. C. Beck; G. C. Warren; G. B. Hood; W. R. Graham; E. Wilkes; H. J. Colson; D. A. Andrew; A. A. Kingscote; E. H. Garrard; R. W. Thompson; Miss F. Parsons;